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Connecticut Children's Medical Center is dedicated to improving the health of children through family-centered care, research, education and advocacy.

Connecticut Childrens Medical Center is one of the childrens/facilities located in Hartford County, CT.

Connecticut Childrens Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Connecticut Childrens Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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Too crowded and not enough doctors or nurses to go around. Good caring compassionate nurses.. when you can track one down. Very clean hospital follows all rigorous health safety standard (a month ago)

Recently my son got very ill and had to be transferred to this hospital from Danbury ct. The staff was amazing from the doctors to the nurses right down to the cleaning staff! They all made sure not only my sons need were met and he was as comfortable but myself as well. The doctors and nurses made sure to explain everything to me daily and while it was a very nerve-wracking experience I felt his care was in some of the best hands. I can't thank everyone enough and wanted to say you're all doing a wonderful good! (2 months ago)

Dr. Parker in the Er was wonderful working with my daughter, the hospital staff was all great,efficient and charming with my 9 year old daughter. I had a very quick time also,less than 2 hours and they had to give medication and re-check and shes done! Yay,they saved the day! Also Clifford,whose my dad name also,was a great nurse in the Er,it was hysterical how they were teasing with her,they made me so comfortable and relaxed that I was in good hands. I would recommend them to anyone and shes also had a previous stay here 2 years ago with pneumonia and they were even better,if that's possible ,upstairs too. They have volunteers that play with the kids....very good hospital! (3 months ago)

Nothing but good things from this center. I have only been here once with my daughter and upon arrival she was miserable. The first thing they did was gift her with a teddy bear. Always attentive and made us feel welcome. The two day stay there would’ve been otherwise treacherous if it weren’t for their attentive and caring staff. (2 months ago)

The staff is friendly, especially the techs in psych. The wing is rather small and when there's an overflow of patients they either have to sit in the hall inside the unit or on one of the two or three beds outside the unit. I've seen reviews mentioning children having to wait to get a bed in a behavioral hospital and giving a bad review for that, but the staff has no control over that. I do agree it's rather boring having to wait to be admitted, so I think someone should invest in finding something more for patients to do-- it's a psych ward, being bored doesn't help with behavioral issues. Techs should get more respect from their superiors, they know the patient best so therefore they know what's best for the patient. I understand there's many rules and regulations in place about what patients can and can't do and I understand that's due to every patient's problems proving different while interacting and there's probably a lawsuit waiting to happen if patients interact. Techs know their patients best and most behavioral hospitals know the benefit of patients interacting with other patients or at least with staff, so techs are bound to feel some of their patients feel lonely and would benefit from socialization. The social workers or psychiatrists or whoever interacts with a patient once or maybe twice are alright. The techs are the gold of patient care, they're the only thing keeping the psych unit from falling apart. (2 months ago)

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